We fished Fayette from 11-3 on Sunday and tried a shallow bite first with nothing to show for it. There were a lot of boats by the discharge and boats were loaded onto that long skinny point close by. Went and tried the dam with little luck, then the tree's by the dam with no luck. Driving back across the lake, no one was on the discharge so we picked up a few there in about 15'. Graphed a few points until we finally found a nice stack of fish with some bait in the area. Dragging a carolina rig in about 19' I stumbled onto a patch of rocks about 4' wide and pretty long. Couldn't get them to commit to the crig or a deep diving crank, but once I picked up the dropshot it was on. Picked off fish after fish for a good while using a zoom trickworm in green pumpkin. The slower and least action I could give it once I got into that rock patch the better. Was a lot of fun for the limited amount of time we had to fish. Hope this helps someone.